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Sheringham Community Primary School
in aid of the Minibus Appeal
23rd May 2 - 5pm
Grand opening by
Helen McDermott
Display by the Holt Dog Training Club, Town Crier Competition with Jason Bell. Bouncy Castles, Sheringham Police, Blaze Bear from the Fire Brigade, Pony Rides, Stalls and Refreshments. In the morning the children are doing a sponsored walk, the older ones at Pretty Corner, the younger ones on the school field. If you would like to help, call Maureen on 821317



As an ex resident of Hilbre School (1959), I was wondering if you could tell me why the school closed down and who I could contact to obtain records kept on me whilst in care. Is there a Children and Families unit in Sheringham or Social Services etc.? I hope you can help. Margaret Kennedy

The Lousy Chess/Croquet club is now playing on Friday afternoons at Beacon Hill, West Runton. Just turn up or ring 01263 838162


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Six seats on Sheringham Town Council will be vacant when the ten nominated members take office on 5th May 2003. Those interested in filling the vacancies must be of at least 21 years of age, registered electors, or persons whose normal place of work or business is within the Town.
Applications to
the Town Clerk at the Town Hall, Church Street, Sheringham
or 'phone 822213
Sheringham Community Paper Teen+ Scene

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Color Rhyme

Choose the correct letter for each clue in the following rhyme.
When put in order, the five letters will spell an answer to the riddle.
- My first is in grass but not in space.
- My second in race but not in place.
- My third in ever and also in here.
- My fourth in see and also in hear.
- My last in no is always found.
-    My whole a color all around.


We have had a really good response on the article about the Crown. Mrs Vera Godfrey popped in to tell us that she thought the photograph was the third Crown and that she and her late husband, John Godfrey were the landlord and lady from October 1962 until October 1978 when Bob Took over. Apparently they used to hold a New Year party every year and during one particular event there was a power cut. They had a log fire in the lounge and candles in bottles on the tables, so they lit these while the power was off. When the power was restored, they were asked to leave the lites off as the candle light was being enjoyed and it was nice and cosy. Where you at that party? If so let us know your memories of that night. Vera also remembered going to shop at Dora Brooke's for her frocks.
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